Custom T-Shirts for other clubs groups
Repair_It_Forward by David Hopkins - 3 months ago
"Repair It Forward is a computer recycling program at the Columbia Area Career Center in MO. These students renovate donated computers and pass them along to local charities. Since January, they have contributed over 100 computers to 7 different local causes. Of course, they are modeling their new Custom Ink T-shirts! We liked the quality of the shirts, they arrived quickly and the logo looks great!"
Earth Day at Browning by Browning Green Team - 3 months ago
OUR CLUB ARE WELCOME by Latino Unidos - 3 months ago
"We wanted to get our club going and wanted shirts to indentify us and as we went shopping around and found you . I can say I was very happy with the customer sevice help .Your customer service was helpful and were caling back right away if there were any questions. These pictures were taken right before we went to do a community service event at a convelesent home , we went right after school to sign and dance and pass out fowers to the residents of the Jones convelesent home."
Brooklyn Prospect Charter School I Ms. Lee's Advisory Team by Representing School Spirit - 3 months ago
"At Brooklyn Prospect Charter School, we have a wonderful advisory program as part of our International Baccalaureate program. Each teacher is an advisor of a group made up of a small group of students. The purpose of advisory groups are for teachers to build deeper meaningful relationships with students through avenues other than just simply academic classes. Advisory groups meet three times a week and discuss topics ranging from personal issues to global scaled ones. Advisors act as mentors for their advisees in their student and personal lives holistically. They are amazing groups formed to support healthy and successful student life within the chaotic nature of being a teenager in high school. These t-shirts will act as part of a memoir of this years' advisory group and all of the experiences we have shared together. "
Great Students, Great Helpers, Great Leaders! by Bandabear Helpers 2014 - 3 months ago
"This was at the final parent potluck at the school to give awards, do skits for the parents and play some games. The students created anti-bullying posters and skits that went along with how to help a friend or peer in need. They created this banner to represent themselves at their school to show who they were and what they stood for!"
"The three of us are juniors in high school and we started a club that raises money for girls' education in third world countries. We wanted the club to be fun and make a difference at the same time, so we decided every week to decorate cupcakes which we then sell. It didn't take long for our cupcakes to become famous throughout our school and people began to anticipate Thursdays when they knew some new cupcake was going to be up for sale. Over the past year our club has raised over nine hundred dollars from selling these cupcakes; enough to sponsor three girls in Uganda, Guatemala, and Nepal for one full year of education. Our club has been growing every week, and these sweatshirts have helped us spread awareness about our club and our cause (and they're super cute!). Honestly we're all so amazed with how far we've come; what started with an idea thrown around in conversation is now more than a reality, it's a dream come true."
Super Mileage Cars! by Elise T - 3 months ago
"Annual Missouri State Super Mileage Vehicle Challenge. High schoolers from around the state build cars from scratch (many running on BioDiesel engines), and race to see who can get the best gas mileage with their car! This year it was April 15th. I'm convinced that these t-shirts helped us win three awards and a new welding machine for our school. Thanks CustomInk!"